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Hay Inc. featured on ABC's Landline

Hay Inc. was recently featured on Landline detailing our training for jackaroos/jillaroos.

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Hay Inc. featured in The Land

A story in The Land detailed how Hay Inc. were helping fill rural job skill shortages.

ABC Story - Riverina farmers worried about demise of jackeroo training establish their own rural education program

Landholders concerned with the lack of training opportunities for young people, have developed a new rural education program in south-west New South Wales.

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Hands-on rural training at Hay

A new rural training program in the Hay district of NSW is helping young people gain agricultural skills, education and experience.

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Innovative next-gen ideas get grants boost

Rural, regional and remote communities receive grants to implement youth led projects.

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Training organisations embrace Heywire Ag Gap year concept

Want to get a taste of farm life without leaving the country or moving thousands of kilometres away?

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HayInc trains Australia's next generation of farmers with gap year program

Why spend a gap year in the UK, when you can have one in your own backyard?

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Farming out skills to land a job on the land

HOW do you stop the young folk from heading to the big smoke? In Hay, you build a school and teach them how to be jackaroos and jillaroos.

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Budding jackaroos and jillaroos gain practical experience for agriculture career

Budding jackaroos and jillaroos have come from around Australia to take part in the program run by Hay Inc, a community-backed organisation.

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Hay Inc Rural Education boosts on-farm training

A PROGRAM aimed at countering the demise of jackaroo and jillaroo training in the NSW western Riverina is garnering widespread ­industry support.

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Hay Inc graduation at the 2017 Hay Sheep Show | Photos

Graduates of the 2017 Hay Inc Rural Education program were successful in the Don McNeil Memorial Junior Merino sheep judging competition at the 2017 Hay Sheep Show.

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Hay Inc for career boost

In it’s third year, Hay Inc Rural Education Program welcomed a full compliment of students eager to learn a variety of skills to give them the practical knowledge to assist with their careers in agriculture.

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Jillaroo/Jackaroo course set to expand

A successful hands-on stockmanship training course for young people in Hay is set to be replicated in other regional communities.

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Rural Women’s Award winner making the sun shine in Hay

When her Riverina-district hometown started losing young folk to the city, Sandra Ireson made it her mission to stop them. Her answer with a team of local volunteers was to create Hay Inc, a school program that teaches young people how to become jackaroos and jillaroos.

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